The St. Regis Washington, D.C.
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... of bad customer communication efforts. I was willing to do that even after all my work to get to Elite status. I was going to chuck it all away unless I got full cooperation from the agents. I was able to issuing my threat and get my flight re-booked all withing 5 min. I was then able to enjoy being apart of an angry mob!
You see the smart travelers all whipped out their phones and got re-booked on the ...
... knows when you might need an emergency bottle opener or to measure something!!! So project Drop tool was instituted. I gave Sophia the tool and had the kids jump onto the wall for picture. As inconspicuous as can be from my little drama diva I asked her to drop into the landscaping. They were worried about marking it and I reminded them, WE DO HAVE A PICTURE!!
We went to the museum and wandered the first floor. As I have anticipated ...
... and took a liking to us Aussies came and explained to us who was who in the zoo with them, no name I recognised but it was interesting none the less. Last day tomorrow of this fabulous leg of Deb and Al's great adventures. Hard to believe we have been here a week already, we have seen so much, learnt so much and had so much fun it's just fantastic. Just as well I have a really good guy reading the maps because with out him I would be stuffed...I think my blog has been hacked..lol ...
... we went and saw the U.S. Capitol building. They were doing some renovations to the building which was unfortunate. This area is filled with National Museums. We firstly headed into the National Gallery of Art where we saw plenty. There was actually a painting from Leonardo Da Vinci in there which was pretty exciting to see. I found the contemporary art section to be much more interesting though.
We then headed to ...
"The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear.
"In politics, what begins in fear usually ends in folly."
If we let things terrify us, life will not be worth living.
As usual, I don't have much time, but did want to write about one thing that has really struck me since I've been here.
A few days ago, I went to the American history branch of the Smithsonian museum. ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed